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Equipment in the engineering lab, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2023.

Society of Women Engineers vows to support women in STEM

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor October 3, 2023

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a national organization that has been based in the U. of New Haven campus since 2011 and has been growing since then. SWE is an engineering-based organization with...

An insight into how the women of USGA overcame adversity this academic year

Justin Coviello and Presley DePugh April 5, 2023

The Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) has experienced a high amount of turnover in its executive board (e-board) during the 2022-23 academic year. Over the past two semesters, the senior...

WIll Hink performing songs written by women in the Bergami Center, West Haven, March 25, 2023.

Myatt Center hosts Open Mic Night in honor of the artistry of Women

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor March 28, 2023

Coffee and treats were laid out in the Bergami Center of Science, Technology and Innovation. Diversity Peer Educators (DPE’s) from the Myatt Center of Diversity and Inclusion along with members of the...

Spring semester continues awards season with recognition of faculty and phenomenal women

Justin Coviello, Campus News Editor February 7, 2023

With the conclusion of the Martin Luther King Jr. Recognition Awards, the spring semester looks to continue the awards season with two more sets of nominations now available. The Faculty Excellence...

I am disappointed in fourth-wave feminism

Lindsay Giovannone, Columnist January 31, 2023

I identify as a feminist but I will not sit idly by while a movement I am proud to be part of promotes ideals that I deem regressive or even gross. Thoughts that have become rampant in some feminist circles...

An empty tampon dispenser inside of Bartels Hall, West Haven, Feb. 22, 2022.

Bleeding our pockets dry with female sanitary products

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor March 1, 2022

Female sanitary products should be free. This shouldn’t be a radical, polarizing statement, yet it is, largely due to the lack of understanding of the female reproductive system and a devaluing of...

A ban on women’s rights

Natalie Jones, Contributing Writer September 14, 2021

The right to choose is a right not explicitly written in the U.S. Constitution, but one that is important to a majority of women in the nation. A recent poll by NBC News shows that 59% of women believe...

Women’s tennis wins first conference match of season over Assumption

Women’s tennis wins first conference match of season over Assumption

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

The University of New Haven women’s tennis team bounced back from a two-game losing skid on Wednesday, earning their first conference win of the season. The Chargers were led by sophomore Alexa Orlando,...

New Haven women’s lacrosse drops game against No. 17 Bentley

New Haven women’s lacrosse drops game against No. 17 Bentley

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

On March 23, on one of the hottest days of the year, the No. 17 ranked Bentley University women’s lacrosse team came out on fire in the first half against the No. 14 University of New Haven. Senior attack...

Tennis takes 4-3 thriller over Division I Providence College

Tennis takes 4-3 thriller over Division I Providence College

Ethan Cardona, Contributing Writer March 23, 2021

On March 21, New Haven made a comeback from three points down, taking a 4-3 victory over the Big East's Providence College for the team's first season win against a Division I (DI) opponent under head...

Senior Womens Lacrosse

Senior Women’s Lacrosse

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor May 5, 2020

This week’s Senior Day will focus on the women’s lacrosse team. This group of seniors leaves behind an impressive resume. They had an overall record of 41-18, amassed 553 saves, 226 goals, 132 assists,...

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Women’s History Month Spotlights

Beth Beaudry, Staff Writer March 11, 2020

Malala Yousafzai At 22 years old, Malala Yousafzai is one of the most influential women in the world because of her activism for female education. Malala grew up in Pakistan and was given the opportunity...

NO. 11 Camryn DeBose, Sophomore

Women’s Basketball Season Recap

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer March 11, 2020

With a 55-44 loss at Saint Anselm on Sunday, the New Haven women’s basketball team concluded their season in the NE10 Quarterfinals. The Chargers were able to find success during the year, finishing...

Women’s Leadership Council Presents: Strategies to Survive Student Debt

Women’s Leadership Council Presents: Strategies to Survive Student Debt

Hannah Providence, Staff Writer March 10, 2020

On Wednesday, the Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) hosted an event about managing student loans in the Alumni Lounge. Debra Abbott-Walker, growth and development director for Northwestern Mutual,...

Womens Lacrosse Season Preview

Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview

Zachary Pincince, Sports Editor February 12, 2020

With the spring sports season in a few short weeks, the Chargers women’s lacrosse team is getting ready for another competitive year. Coming off a solid 12-7 season last year, and an exit in the NE-10...

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